College of Letters and Sciences
Corporate Social Responsibility Certificate

Corporate Social Responsibility

Students who complete this certificate will be able to:
1. Critically evaluate how leadership in corporations act responsibly (or irresponsibly) in relationship to the environment, community, consumer, employee, government, non-government entities, and other stakeholders and members of the public.
2. Describe and apply the basic ethical principles for business.
3. Name and understand a number of ways individuals and organizations impact the environment.
4. Implement the scientific method to solve a problem related to CSR.


  1. Complete the approved courses representing sustainable management or social responsibility, research methods, ethics, and a related elective.
  2. Complete one CSR-related and approved capstone course, internship or undergraduate research project.

Corporate Social Responsibility Checksheet

Contact Information

Leda Kanellakou
Department of Sociology, Criminology & Anthropology
Phone: (262) 472-1125
Office: Laurentide 2106

Dennis Kopf 
Associate Professor
Department of Marketing
Phone: (262) 472-6948
Office: Hyland 3422